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Collision Repair Education Foundation Announces Topgolf Jacksonville Fundraiser During April Industry Meetings

The golf fundraiser will be held in conjunction with the Collision Industry Conference taking place later that week and offers an opportunity to help support future collision repair industry professionals.

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The Collision Repair Education Foundation invites industry supporters to tee up for some hole-in-one style fun on Tuesday, Apr. 7, 2020 at Topgolf in Jacksonville, Florida. The golf fundraiser will be held in conjunction with the Collision Industry Conference taking place later that week and offers an opportunity to help support future collision repair industry professionals.

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Christen Battaglia, director of strategic partnerships, stated, “Join the Foundation for a great time networking with top collision repair industry professionals, while supporting the next generation entering the field to ensure that they receive the proper education to repair vehicles for your customers.”

Proceeds from the event will benefit local Jacksonville high school collision programs as well as other high school and college collision programs around the country.

In addition to a fun night of high-tech golfing, participants will enjoy an unlimited buffet and drinks (beer, wine and soda). Golfers can register to attend the Foundation’s Topgolf Fundraiser on Apr. 7 for $150 by visiting collisioneducationfoundation.org, under News and Events. 

A variety of sponsorship opportunities are now available, starting at just $500. For more information on sponsoring this event, or to learn about other opportunities to support the Foundation’s efforts to help future collision repairers, contact Christen Battaglia at (302) 377-5202 or via email at [email protected].

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